Senate Bill Authorizes Feds To Revoke Citizenship Of Americans

A bill has been introduced in the United States Senate which will authorize the federal government to revoke the citizenship, creating practical expatriates, of American citizens.

Introduced by Connecticut Independent Joe Lieberman and Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown, S 1698, the “Enemy Expatriation Act,” is a simple, 2 page document which offers apparently innocent amendments and additions to existing federal legislation. (1)

That legislation, known as Title 8, “…outlines the role of aliens and nationality in the U.S. Code.” And it is just one small piece of this massive and complex law which the Enemy Expatriation Act seeks to modify, that being Section 349, the means by which “a person who is a national of the United States whether by birth or naturalization, shall lose his nationality…,” that is, his citizenship. (2)

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  2. I believe this was meant to be the second part of the previous bill 1698 where the govt was trying to get around the fact that the military is never allowed to attack US citizens, it didn’t exactly go their way and this bill will accompany the other one when they change it up to get their way. We had better wake up as a nation and come to the reality that the fed. govt is NOT our friend when it comes to the senate and house, they are trying to destroy the Republic because of their lust for money and power. With the 2nd amendment in place and getting a lot more positive attn. and the fact the govt can’t use military assets against its citizens are the only reasons our Republic still stands today. Wake up folks we are under attack. Tell your reps. they don’t need to keep passing so called bills to “make us safer” that is why we have the second amendment, we need them to do their jobs and tend to the borders and shut down all the federal over reaching. Newt has a 20th century contract for America that bears looking at and we need his kind of sand in DC. has it if you have not read it, it is worth reading.

  3. This subject of citizenship is something we all must look at. For some of us who would like to see the bloated Fed return to it Constitutional boundary’s. Citizenship is one of those ways. It blows most peoples minds that at one point in our history there was no US Citizens. The short article below is just the tip of the iceberg.

    Federal or State Citizen?
    by Scott Hall

    Are you exercising your rights as a state citizen?

    CITIZEN: “At common law, a natural born subject.” The term natural born citizen used in the federal constitution is not therein defined. Its meaning must be gathered from the common law. One may be a citizen of the United States without being the citizen of a state. An important element is necessary to convert the former into the latter. He must reside within a state to make him a citizen thereof, but it’s only necessary that he be born or naturalized in the United States to make him a citizen of the Union. There is therefore a twofold citizenship under our system; federal citizenship, and state citizenship. The 14th Amendment’s main purpose was to establish the citizenship of free Negroes and to put it beyond doubt that all blacks (as well as whites) born or naturalized within the jurisdiction of the United States are citizens thereof.

    SUBJECT: “an individual member of a nation, who is subject to its laws.” It must be understood that ‘subject to the laws’ does not necessarily mean all laws. Here again is a jurisdictional issue as related to venue.

    It is clear that citizens of states existed prior to the 14th Amd. and that those citizens were natural born white people. This was a common law right. The “United States” as a noun never had any common law nor did it have any citizens of its own before the 14th Amd. This new citizenship for the “United States” is statutory and has different privileges and immunities than that of the states of the union. Statutory citizens have statutory Civil Rights as delineated by Congress.

    It could be concluded that the statutory citizen of the “United States” is inferior to that of the State Citizen in the sense that they are subject to all laws passed by Congress while State Citizens are not. One need only to read Art. 1, sec. 8, clause 17 of the federal constitution to see the difference. Keep in mind that there are “these United States” and there is the “United States.” These United States meaning the union of states, plural.

    Wake up Patriots! It is time to start exercising your rights as a State Citizen and throw off the chains of tyranny that have been foisted upon us by a federal government that is bent on enslaving us. Unless we willing place ourselves under the jurisdiction of Congress as a federal citizen, we are not bound by federal laws, nor subject to the jurisdiction of federal courts. As a State Citizen, we are also off limits to all federal agencies, including the BATF, FBI, and the IRS. So, what will it be, a State Citizenship bound only by state and common law with the full protection of both state and federal constitutions, or federal citizenship and lifelong serfdom to a federal government?

    • Without getting into the Constitutionality discussion of income taxes are you saying that you personally do not pay income taxes? For if you are going to encourage others to take on the beast you must yourself be doing so.

      • I am only interested in becoming more aware of the original Intent of our Constitution. We have been dumb down. So I am not suggesting that anyone choose this path. I have come to believe that this is just one of the reasons that everything seems upside down. As for what Scott Hall is doing with the info on a personal level I do not know. As you probably know there are many people out there that would like to return to a more constitutional government. Do we know what the heck that is???? Here is a site that tackles some of what I have been researching Tell me what you think?

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